Edo-Tuned Ferrari Enzo XX Evolution gets 840 horsepower
I missed the opportunity to buy a Ferrari FXX? The German tuning company Edo Competition supports you. It may be different from FXX, but this is clearly what they are after in the latest version of Enzo. Also, I’m sure it’s cheaper than the $1.9 million FXX asking price, and you can drive it on the street!
So what Edo did was take a stock Ferrari Enzo at 660 horsepower, and bore out the cylinders from 6.0 to 6.3-liters (just like the FXX.) They added new camshafts, valve springs, connecting rods, and cylinder heads to the engine. New high-flow headers, catalytic converters, and mufflers were added on the exhaust side, and a new air intake system allows for better breathing. These changes allow the engine to produce 180 more horsepower than the stock Enzo, now up to 840 hp. The FXX “only” gets 800.
Edo also managed to cut out 220 lbs of weight from the stock Enzo, replaced the driveshaft with a lighter and stronger version, and modified the suspension with an adjustable system. This, along with 60 millisecond shift times (faster than the FXX) allow the Enzo XX Evolution to accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in an incredible 3.2 seconds, reaches 124 mph in 9 seconds, and 186 mph in 19 seconds. That’s seriously fast. The modified Enzo finally stops accelerating at 242 mph.
However, the most obvious change occurred in the body. The aerodynamics have been modified, not surprisingly, a bit like FXX. The repositioned exhaust tip is now above the newly designed rear bumper. Sitting on top of the rear is a three-way adjustable wing used to increase downforce, which is very much needed at a speed of 242 mph. LED tail lights are also added to the rear. Based on the pictures you see, they also covered the headlights and added "edo Competition" decals on the door frame, but the rest of the decals may be customized, so don't expect them to appear on you.
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